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Oven Risotto with Crispy Roasted Mushrooms

Yes, you can make risotto without all the stirring-just pop it in the oven. And while that oven is on, use it to crisp up a bunch of mushrooms.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Spring Risotto

With asparagus, peas, and fiddlehead ferns, plus pesto mixed in at the last minute, this whole dish becomes perfumed with basil and a vernal green.

Author: Elisabeth Prueitt

Au Jus

Classic Beef Au Jus Gravy is perfect for a French Dip sandwich or to accompany roasted meat like Prime Rib of Beef. It can also be thickened to make rich beef gravy.

Author: Ronda Eagle | Kitchen Dreaming

Spicy Cornbread Stuffing with Chorizo and Sweet Potatoes

This flavor-packed holiday side feeds a crowd of 20 and takes care of both the stuffing and the sweet potatoes. If you don't like spicy dishes, omit (or reduce) the fresh chiles.

Author: Rick Martinez

Deviled Egg Spread Toasts With Chicken Hearts

Doubling down on proteins speaks to a hallmark of Soul cuisine-utilizing the entire animal. Chicken hearts provide an earthiness to the dish.

Author: Todd Richards

Chicken and Rice With Leeks and Salsa Verde

This one-skillet dinner gets deep oniony flavor from lots of leeks cooked down to jammy tenderness.

Author: Deb Perelman


Traditionally, enfrijoladas are made by dipping stale tortillas into leftover frijoles from the night before. They are also great topped with a fried egg, or with roasted vegetables instead of chorizo...

Author: Rick Martinez

Garlic Broth

Sick days (real ones, at least) are unpredictable, so having a back-pocket broth that doesn't require recipe planning should be part of your medicine cabinet.

Author: Chris Morocco

Instant Pot Mushroom Risotto

Making risotto in an electric pressure cooker means no stirring, and no ladling of stock one cup at a time. Just set the time, walk away, and make a drink.

Author: Nick Kindelsperger

Sunday Stash Braised Beef

This simple braise is a weeknight savior. Make a big batch and stash it in the fridge or freezer to turn into stews, tacos, hashes, sandwiches, soups, and more.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Skillet Dressing with Cornbread and Biscuits

Toss torn leftover biscuits with cubes of cornbread for a sage-scented holiday side featuring two of the South's best breads.

Author: Joe Sevier


This versatile dashi has earthiness, depth, and is full of glutamates from shiitake mushrooms, dashima seaweed, and dried anchovies.

Author: Hooni Kim

Instant Pot Beef and Sweet Potato Chili

The sweet potatoes almost melt as they cook under pressure in the Instant Pot, lending a silky texture and sweet flavor to this harissa-spiced chili. If you like your chili extra spicy, serve some extra...

Author: Molly Baz

Chicken Stew with Potatoes and Radishes

This one-pot comfort-food stew takes its flavor cues from chicken paprikash. Cooking low and slow is the key to getting deep flavor and the perfect texture; make sure to simmer the stew until the potatoes...

Author: Andy Baraghani

Turkey Matzo Ball Soup

I've substituted sage here for the more commonly-used dill, to keep the soup's flavor more in line with Thanksgiving. If it's post-holiday time and you have leftover turkey meat, feel free to add it to...

Author: Anthony Bourdain

Grain Bowl Soup

Like your favorite grain bowl in soup form, this warming, brothy dish is topped off with a bright and slightly sweet parsley-dill sauce.

Author: Anna Stockwell

Instant Pot Chicken Stock

Truly comforting, simple, and pure chicken stock is a breeze to make in an electric pressure cooker.

Author: Nick Kindelsperger

Our Favorite Thanksgiving Stuffing with Sausage and Cornbread

Rounds of testing beget our tastiest Thanksgiving stuffing ever. Our ultimate version has mix of country bread and cornbread, savory breakfast sausage, and plenty of fresh herbs to make it truly irresistible....

Author: Rhoda Boone

Awase Dashi

When two or more dashi combined(Awase), the Umami flavour becomes bolder dramatically. Explore the combinations & learn how to make it at home.

Author: Shihoko | Chopstick Chronicles

Quick Chicken Stock


Author: Ajoke

Toasted Garlic Beef Stock

Roasting the bones develops rich, long-cooked flavor and lends a dark golden color.

Author: Camille Becerra

Instant Pot Vegetable Stock

Make Healthy Instant Pot Vegetable Stock Recipe (Pressure Cooker Vegetable Stock). Super easy & quick homemade veggie stock made with real, whole food.

Author: Amy + Jacky

Instant Pot Bone Broth

Learn how to make Nutrient Rich Instant Pot Bone Broth (Pressure Cooker Bone Broth) from our 10+ Experiments! Super easy without simmering for hours.

Author: Amy + Jacky

Chicken Stock on the Grill

It's really satisfying to make chicken stock on the grill. The pot can sit in a corner of the grill as long as the grill is fired up, and the stock will only get better with each hour.

Author: Eric Werner

Miso Soup with Bok Choy

If you are a big fan of Restereuant-style Miso soup, this Miso Soup with Bok Choy and Shitake will be one of your newest addictions! Its flavor is out of this world delish and much better than restaurant-style...

Author: hmccallum

Turkey Stock Recipe

This homemade turkey stock recipe is super easy to make. Use your Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey to make a batch. You'll be so happy that you did!

Author: Kristen Stevens

Chicken and Rice With Leeks and Salsa Verde

This one-skillet dinner gets deep oniony flavor from lots of leeks cooked down to jammy tenderness.

Author: Deb Perelman

Instant Pot Vegetable Stock

Instant Pot Vegetable Stock. Let me introduce you to the best homemade vegetable stock recipe cooked in the instant pot pressure cooker.

Author: RecipeThis.com

Lobster stock

e lobster stock is a flavor-rich broth and a resourceful way to use up leftover lobster shells. It's your secret weapon to lobster chowder, bisque, lobster risotto and more!

Author: Indi Hampton